boot.php - No such file or directory after updating to 1.4.0
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- FOG Version: 1.4.0
- OS: Debian
- Service Version:
Getting error that http://10.33.140.52/fog/service/ipxe/boot.php…No such file or directory since updating to 1.4.0 on 2 separate servers. When I follow that address it redirects to https://10.33.140.52//fog/service/ipxe/boot.php.
As you can see, there is an extra “/” in front of the IP address that seems to be causing the issue. Does anyone know where I can make an edit to fix this issue?
I have since reinstalled without the --force-https to get around the issue, but I would like to go back to using https if possible. Thanks.
These things already work.
See this issue to follow the flow and understand more what was done.
First of all I don’t have any experience setting up fog to use https. But I surely know how fog expects to work.
the file tftp://10.33.14.52/default.ipxe (more correctly /tftpboot/default.ipxe) has the redirect in it to http://10.33.14.52/fog/service/ipxe/boot.php. You might want to edit that file to make it use https.
Now the question is how to tell the fog installer to not overwrite that setting on the next upgrade (since FOG 1.4.1 was just released) -or- to understand that https needs to be used in this file. That will need to be answered by the @Developers